The Green Bay Packers weren’t able to beat the Carolina Panthers on Sunday as some late-game heroics from Aaron Rodgers came up short.
On a final drive to tie the game, Rodgers threw an interception on the four-yard line, effectively ending the game.
Here’s the interception:
Afterward, cameras caught Rodgers reviewing the play on Microsoft’s Surface tablets when he got angry and threw it to the ground:
As SB Nation’s James Dator pointed out, Rodgers had a wide open Randall Cobb in the end zone. Rodgers saw this on the replay and tossed the tablet in anger:
Rodgers said after the game, “It’s a frustrating game [at times]. It’s exhilarating, but also frustrating when you make a mistake like that.”
Between this and NFL announcers constantly calling the Surface tablets iPads, it was another rough day for the Surface.
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